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Otto Ubbelohde


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Otto Ubbelohde

Alsbach-Hähnlein, Melibocus in the Odenwald

Otto Ubbelohde (January 5, 1867 – May 8, 1922) was a German painter, etcher and illustrator. Ubbelohde was born and grew up in Marburg,[1] his father August Ubbelohde was a professor at University of Marburg. Since 1900 he lived in Goßfelden, nowadays a part of the community Lahntal.
Ubbelohde got famous international by illustrating books of Grimm's Fairy Tales. Between 1906 and 1908 he created about 450 illustrations of fairy tales. He took inspiration for this drawings from the landscape and buildings nearby his atelier and domicile in Goßfelden. For Rapunzel tower he used as template a building in Amönau, called Lustschlößchen, in Mother Hulda the landscape is inspired by the Rimberg.

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